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Biographical History of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski Counties, Indiana Volume 2, pp. 797-801
Biographical History of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski Counties, Indiana Volume 2, pp. 797-801
A biographical history of Daniel Freeman and various members of his family.  
 
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Charles Gill Thomas and Helen Mae Jones (Nell) buy 20 acre farm in Tonganoxie, Kansas.
Charles Gill Thomas and Helen Mae Jones (Nell) buy 20 acre farm in Tonganoxie, Kansas.
Article in Lansing News, Lansing, Kansas, 1 Sep 1911 about Nell and her 1st husband buying a 20 acre farm in Tonganoxie, Kansas. 
 
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Civil War Service and the murder of James S. Glass
Civil War Service and the murder of James S. Glass
 
 
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COTTON, James Marion (Abt. 1834 - 1879) - Murder & funeral details - Lawrence Standard 28 Aug 1879
COTTON, James Marion (Abt. 1834 - 1879) - Murder & funeral details - Lawrence Standard 28 Aug 1879
Account of James Marion Cotton's murder and funeral details. Published in The Lawrence Standard (Lawrence, Kansas), 28 Aug 1879. 
 
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Death announcement - EYE, Martha H Raner (1843 - 1905)
Death announcement - EYE, Martha H Raner (1843 - 1905)
Newspaper article in the Pratt Union outlining a telegram received by James Martin Raner on the sudden death of his wife, Martha Highla Eye Raner while visiting relatives in California. 
 
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History of Reno County, Kansas; its people, industries and institutions
History of Reno County, Kansas; its people, industries and institutions
 
 
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HOOPER, WIlliam (1890 - 1946) & SPEGAL, Anna (1895 - ?) - Wedding announcement.
HOOPER, WIlliam (1890 - 1946) & SPEGAL, Anna (1895 - ?) - Wedding announcement.
Announcement of the marriage of William Hooper, Jr and Anna Spegal. Wedding took place on 12 Nov 1911 in Girard, Kansas 
 
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JONES, James R (Abt 1853 - ?) Arrested for blowing up safe at Post Office in Perryville, Kansas (now Perry, Kansas)
JONES, James R (Abt 1853 - ?) Arrested for blowing up safe at Post Office in Perryville, Kansas (now Perry, Kansas)
Article in the Tonganoxie Mirror in Tonganoxie, Kansas about James R Jones being arrested for blowing up a safe at a Post Office in Perryville (now Perry), Kansas. James R Jones had previously been arrested and accused of murdering James M Cotton 21 Oct 1879 in Williamstown, Kansas but was released due to lack of evidence. James R Jones was the brother of John Milton Jones, the son in law of James M Cotton. 
 
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Joseph Alexander Jenkins (1838 - 1913) attends Civil War soldiers reunion picnic in McKinney, Tx in 1912
Joseph Alexander Jenkins (1838 - 1913) attends Civil War soldiers reunion picnic in McKinney, Tx in 1912
Joseph Alexander Jenkins attends a 3 day reunion picnic in McKinney, Texas for former Confederate soldiers. The article states J A Jenkins served in Company A Third Regiment, Trans-Mississippi Department. The article says he is 75 years old at the time of the story and attended with his son, John Jenkins. 
 
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Joseph Alexander Jenkins makes return visit to McKinney, Texas after 7 year relocation to Hamlin.
Joseph Alexander Jenkins makes return visit to McKinney, Texas after 7 year relocation to Hamlin.
Joseph Alexander Jenkins made visit to McKinney, Texas in 1911 for some sort of medical treatment. While there, he stopped by the Courier-Gazette, a newspaper in McKinney for a social visit. The publisher of the article indicates J A Jenkins had previously lived in McKinney for about 20 years but had been gone from the city and relocated to Hamlin, Texas in Jones County, for about 7 years, putting his move from McKinney in about 1904. The article below is from The Courier-Gazette in McKinney, Texas, dated 20 Nov 1911. 
 
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Letter from Mary Elizabeth 'Lizzie' SCOLES Black & daughter Marjorie to Mamie SCOLES Robertson and Mamie's daughter, Ella Mae ROBERTSON Roth. Letter written 9 Feb 1972
Letter from Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" SCOLES Black & daughter Marjorie to Mamie SCOLES Robertson and Mamie's daughter, Ella Mae ROBERTSON Roth. Letter written 9 Feb 1972
Letter from Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" SCOLES Black & daughter Marjorie written to Lizzie's sister, Mamie SCOLES Robertson and Mamie's daughter, Ella Mae ROBERTSON Roth. Letter written 9 Feb 1972 
 
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Margaret Helen Jones (1912 - 2000) - 39th birthday luncheon.
Margaret Helen Jones (1912 - 2000) - 39th birthday luncheon.
Article in The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas, 4 Mar 1951. Announcement of a birthday luncheon for Margaret Helen JONES Rayner at the Wiley tearoom, inside the Wiley building, in Hutchinson, Kansas. 
 
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Marriage Announcement - JENKINS, Geraldine (1912 - 1985) & LOWE, Northern Nelson (1905 - 1985)
Marriage Announcement - JENKINS, Geraldine (1912 - 1985) & LOWE, Northern Nelson (1905 - 1985)
Marriage announcement from the Hamlin Herald in Hamlin, Texas announcing the marriage of Geraldine Jenkins and Northern Nelson Lowe. 
 
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Marriage Announcement - JENKINS, Rebecca Catherine (1886 - 1958) & GEER, James Eliab (1873 - 1938)
Marriage Announcement - JENKINS, Rebecca Catherine (1886 - 1958) & GEER, James Eliab (1873 - 1938)
Marriage record for Rebecca Catherine Jenkins & James Eliab Geer. 
 
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Marriage Announcement - RANER, James Martin (1840 - 1926) & BABB, Louisa K
Marriage Announcement - RANER, James Martin (1840 - 1926) & BABB, Louisa K
Marriage announcement for James Martin Raner & Louisa K Babb, both elderly and described as "lonely." 
 
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Notes for Hannah Fenimore
Notes for Hannah Fenimore
 
 
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Obit - BIGGS, Lee Vernon (1919 - 1921)
Obit - BIGGS, Lee Vernon (1919 - 1921)
Sat, Jun 18, 1921 – Page 4 · The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, Kansas) · Newspapers.com 
 
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Obit - BIGGS, Vernon Lee (1919 - 1921)
Obit - BIGGS, Vernon Lee (1919 - 1921)
Mon, Jun 13, 1921 – Page 1 · The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, Kansas) · Newspapers.com 
 
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Obit - DAVIS, Henrietta Raner (1863 - 1929)
Obit - DAVIS, Henrietta Raner (1863 - 1929)
Article appeared in The Progressive Signal (Greensburg, Kansas) 18 Jul 1929 pg. 1 
 
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Obit - EMBICH, John (1816 - 1890)
Obit - EMBICH, John (1816 - 1890)
Obituary for John Embich. John was the husband of Eliza J Glass (1825 - 1888) 
 
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Obit - FRY, Effie Lenora Edwards (1914 - 1997)
Obit - FRY, Effie Lenora Edwards (1914 - 1997)
Obit for Effie Lenora FRY Edwards. Effie was the daughter of Ida BELL Fry and granddaughter of Eliza Jane Jenkins and her 1st husband John Bell. 
 
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Obit - HUFFMAN, Phebe Ann Davis (1831 - 1919)
Obit - HUFFMAN, Phebe Ann Davis (1831 - 1919)
Obit for Phebe Ann Huffman Carr Davis. 
 
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Obit - JENKINS, Leenettie Ann Davis (1878 - 1950)
Obit - JENKINS, Leenettie Ann Davis (1878 - 1950)
Funeral services for Mrs. Leenettie Ann Davis, a pioneer Jones County resident, were to be held at 4:30 p.m. today at the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, three miles south of Anson.
Mrs. Davis, who came with her husband to settle near Hawley in the early part of the century, died Tuesday in Anson.
Burial will be in the Hawley Cemetery under the direction of Lawrence-Edwards Funeral Home of Anson.
Mrs. Davis came to Texas when 10 years old, living in Collin County until after her marriage to J.G. Davis in 1897. With the exception of about 10 years, they have made their home at the Hawley since moving to Jones County.
Survivors include her husband; one son, V. L. Davis, Hawley; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest Miles, Tyler; Mrs. Pauline Thurman, Anson; one brother, J. W. Jenkins, Brownfield; two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Geer of Westminster and Mrs. Artie Davis, Dallas; ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. 
 
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Obit - LITTLE, Mary Etta Johnson (1861 - 1937)
Obit - LITTLE, Mary Etta Johnson (1861 - 1937)
 
 
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Obit - PAULSEL, Henrietta Biggs (1847 - 1918)
Obit - PAULSEL, Henrietta Biggs (1847 - 1918)
Obituary for Henrietta PAULSEL Biggs. Henrietta was the 2nd wife of John A Biggs. 
 
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Obit - PEGG, John A (1841 - 1913)
Obit - PEGG, John A (1841 - 1913)
Obituary for John A Pegg. 
 
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Obit - RANER, Cetelba Jane 'Jennie' Watters (Abt 1858 - 1936)
Obit - RANER, Cetelba Jane "Jennie" Watters (Abt 1858 - 1936)
Obit for Cetelba Jane "Jennie" RANER Watters.  
 
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Obit - ROBERTSON, Amy Ethel Kidman (1890 - 1977)
Obit - ROBERTSON, Amy Ethel Kidman (1890 - 1977)
Obituary for Amy Ethel ROBERTSON Kidman. Article appeared in the Box Elder News Journal in Box Elder, Utah on 20 Oct 1977. 
 
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Obit - ROBERTSON, Richard Leon (1924 - 1926)
Obit - ROBERTSON, Richard Leon (1924 - 1926)
Obituary for Richard Leon Robertson (1924 - 1926), son of William Jonah Robertson and Mamie Scoles. 
 
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Obit - ROBERTSON, Thelma Ruth (1913 - 1990)
Obit - ROBERTSON, Thelma Ruth (1913 - 1990)
Obit for Thelma "Dink" ROBERTSON Siegrist taken from The Hutchinson News. Date not provided on clipping. 
 
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Obit - ROBERTSON, William Jonah Jr (1923 - 1937)
Obit - ROBERTSON, William Jonah Jr (1923 - 1937)
Obituary for William Jonah "Billy" Robertson, Jr who drowned in Cow Creek in Hutchinson, Kansas. Article appeared in The Hutchinson News, 17 Jun 1937. Clipping is in blue barrel of Robertson genealogy items marked Robertson Genealogy Barrel #2 
 
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Obit - RUSH, Elizabeth Eital (1846 - 1922)
Obit - RUSH, Elizabeth Eital (1846 - 1922)
Obituary for Elizabeth Rush Eital. Elizabeth was a sister of Louisa Melissa Rush Freeman. The obituary indicates Mrs. Eital died 6 Sep 1922 in Pomona, California from stomach ulcers. 
 
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Obit - SIEGRIST, Betty Jean Brown (1922 - 2001)
Obit - SIEGRIST, Betty Jean Brown (1922 - 2001)
Obit for Betty Jean Siegrist Brown, daughter of Alpha Siegrist & Hazel Glass Siegrist. Obituary is from unknown newspaper and is located in the blue Robertson genealogy barrel #2 inside a white/blue envelope addressed to Patty Robertson, Betty's sister. The envelope also contains the memorial program for Betty as well as obituary and memorial program for Betty's twin brother, Billy Dean Siegrist. 
 
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Obit - SIEGRIST, Billy Dean (1922 - 2001)
Obit - SIEGRIST, Billy Dean (1922 - 2001)
Obituary for Billy Dean Siegrist, son of Alpha Siegrist & Hazel Glass Siegrist. Obituary is from unknown newspaper and located in the blue Robertson genealogy barrel #2 inside a white/blue "Lifetouch" envelope addressed to Patty Robertson, Billy's sister. Envelope also contains the memorial brochure for Billy as well as obituary and memorial card for Billy's twin sister, Betty Siegrist Brown (1922 - 2001) 
 
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Obit - SIEGRIST, Clarence Clifford (1914 - 1982)
Obit - SIEGRIST, Clarence Clifford (1914 - 1982)
Obit appeared in The Catholic Advance (Wichita, Kansas) 18 Nov 1982 pg. 5 
 
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Obit - STILES, Calvin E (1874 - 1894)
Obit - STILES, Calvin E (1874 - 1894)
Killed By Lightning. During the severe storm which swept over the city at eleven o'clock Sunday night, Calvin E Stiles was stuck by lightning and instantly killed. He was a young man, a few months over nineteen years of age, son of C. S. Stiles of this city. At the time of the accident he was visiting his brother, Rall Stiles, at his home in the eastern part of the third ward, and was sitting with his back to the wall near a stovepipe which entered a flue in the adjoining room, and was engaged in conversation with his brother and his brother's wife and Will Marshall. Lightning struck the flue and descending the full force of the electrical current passed through the body of the unfortunate young man. All the occupants of the room were severely stunned and the lamp extinguished. When they recovered from the shock and restored the light, they turned their attention to Calvi, and think that he breathed a few times before expiring. But trifling damage was done to the building, and none of the other occupants sustained any serious injury. The funeral was held Monday afternoon, the internment being in Greenwood Cemetery 
 
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Obit - STILES, Calvin Smith (1834 - 1913)
Obit - STILES, Calvin Smith (1834 - 1913)
 
 
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Obit - STILES, Calvin, Jr (1874 - 1894)
Obit - STILES, Calvin, Jr (1874 - 1894)
Calvin Stiles, Jr was struck by lightening and almost instantly killed last Sunday night about 11 o'clock at the home of his brother, R C Stiles, in the southeast part of town. The young man and WIll Marshall, a companion, stopped at his brother's home to wait until the storm was over, intending to go home later. Young Stiles was sitting in a chair and leaning back against a partition wall between the two rooms of the house and immediately under the flue. The lightening evidently struck the flue and followed down, striking young Stiles about the neck and following the entire body, both shoes being badly torn by the force of the current. Besides the two young men the only other occupants of the house were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stiles. All were badly stunned and when they recovered themselves Stiles was carried to a bed and died in a short time.
The deceased was a young man about 20 years of age and a son of C. S. Stiles, an old citizen of the town. The body was buried Monday afternoon in Greenwood Cemetery. 
 
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Obit - STILES, John L (1858 - 1904)
Obit - STILES, John L (1858 - 1904)
"John L Stiles died at his home in Springfield, Mo., July 23, 1904. He was the eldest son of C. S. Stiles of this city. Born June 4, 2858. Was converted and baptized in 1880. Lived for many years a consistent Christian. During the last few years of his life however he became somewhat estranged from the church and appeared not to enjoy his religion as he once did. On Wednesday before his death Jesus seemed to come preciously near unto him. He rejoiced in prospect of death and sweetly sang, to the comfort of family and friends, the precious old hymns, "I'm Going Home" and "Shall We gather At The River?" With this attestation of his hope in Jesus he fell asleep. He was married to Lizzie Tharp in 1884. Became the father of four children, all of whom survive him. He was sick about two weeks. The treatment of skilled physicians with all that affections could do, failed to save him. His work was done, his earthly mission ended. The funeral was conducted by Rev. R E L __, under the auspices of the Woodmen of the World of which he was an esteemed member, at the residence of the father of the deceased, Sunday, July 24 at 4:30 p.m. A large procession followed the body to Greenwood cemetery. The bereaved families have the sympathy of the entire community in their deep sorrow. May the blessings of the father's God attend the children and comfort the mother." 
 
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Obituary - SIEGRIST, Melvin Lamoin (1907 - 1994)
Obituary - SIEGRIST, Melvin Lamoin (1907 - 1994)
Obituary for Melvin Lamoin "Shorty" Siegrist, oldest son of Alpha Siegrist & Hazel Glass Siegrist. Obituary is located in blue Robertson genealogy barrel 2 and is from unknown newspaper. According to article, funeral is same day, possibly indicating article was from 18 Aug 1994, the date Lamoin was buried. 
 
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Obituary for George William Bertram (1889 - 1969)
Obituary for George William Bertram (1889 - 1969)
 
 
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RANER, James Martin (1840 - 1926) - Qualifications to receive inheritance from Nathan Huffman
RANER, James Martin (1840 - 1926) - Qualifications to receive inheritance from Nathan Huffman
Newspaper article outlining letter from Nathan Huffman's executor to Nathan's nephew, James Martin Raner. The letter states that to inherit James' portion of the estate, all he must do is outlive his aunt. The specific aunt is not mentioned in the article, however the aunt is approx. 86 years old in 1907.  
 
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Will of John Fenimore
Will of John Fenimore
 
 


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